Our Team

Medibyte, MRCP 2

Professor Sanjay Sharma BSc (Hons), MD, FESC

Professor of Clinical Cardiology, Consultant Cardiologist and General Physician
St. George's University London and St. George's Hopsital NHS Trust

Professor Sharma is renowned for his engaging presentation style and has provided MRCP training in the UK and abroad since 1994.  A prolific author, he has published 12 books, including the bestseller Rapid Review of Clinical Medicine for the MRCP Part 2


Professor Sharma was a former senior tutor for the international Royal College of Physicians MRCP (II) Courses.  He devised and delivered a full MRCP II Writtten Programme for the RCP in Kerela and Bangkok with Professor Parveen Kumar.


Professor Sharma's unique teaching style combines problem based learning with interactive tutorials to teach doctors decision making strategies which stand them in good stead for the MRCP 2 exam and beyond.

Lynn Phipps 
Business Manager

Lynn has been organising and running MRCP 2 programmes for Medibyte since 2001 and is the first port of call for all applicants.  


She oversees all operational and marketing activities for the Medibyte Academy, and ensures the smooth operation of the courses we run. 


Lynn helps Prof Sharma coordinate the medical support for all the sporting events he supervises and  is also Prof Sharma's private secretary for patients referred to him for cardiology or sports cardiology, and can be reached between 9am and 4pm on 0208 297 9100


Seema Sharma BDS (Lond.) LDSRCS (Eng)

Director of Operations 

Seema Sharma spearheaded our training programmes in 1991 and has been our director of operations ever since.  A dentist by training Seema moved into healthcare management, winning multiple business awards and routinely becoming listed in the "Top 50 most influential people in dentistry. " 


She specialises in developing experiential learning programmes and works with a number of training organisations to deliver management training. She established the charity Child Action in 20111 to help children living in informal communities in India.